Lyle "Bud" Frederick
Jan. 11, 1927 - Aug. 23, 2008
Lyle "Bud" Frederick, age 81, of Alta, passed away on Saturday, August 23, 2008 at home.
A funeral service was held on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008 at 6:30 P.M. at the Nicklas D. Jensen Funeral Home of Alta with Pastor Terry Pollard officiating. Burial was at the Buena Vista Memorial Park Cemetery of Storm Lake. Visitation was held one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. The Nicklas D. Jensen Funeral Home of Alta was in charge of the arrangements.
Lyle Gordon Frederick, the son of Jabe Ward and Violet (De Noon) Frederick was born on a farm west of Rembrandt, near the Highview School on Jan. 11, 1927. He attended Rembrandt Consolidated School and was a member of the Rembrandt Methodist Church. He worked at Hygrade in Storm Lake and retired from Schoon Construction in Cherokee. He also served on the Alta City Council.
He married Erma Coons in Olathe, Kan. on Oct. 5, 1963. They moved to Alta in 1965.
He is preceded in death by his wife Erma in 2002; his parents; two brothers, Harold and Dale Russell (deceased in infancy).
Lyle is survived by his daughter, Kathy Dirkx and husband Ardan of Storm Lake; his son, David of Cherokee; one stepdaughter, Marilyn Harvey of Alta; and one stepson, Larry Coons of Gulf Shores, Ala.; two grandchildren, Brian Dirkx and wife Michele of Spencer, and Kara Abrahamson and husband Trent of Orange City; three great-grandchildren, Jenna Dirkx, Devin Dirkx, and Jada Abrahamson; two step-grandchildren, Sheila Marren and husband Andy, and Steve and wife Linda Harvey; four step great-grandchildren Ryan Harvey, Eric Harvey, Mike Marren, and Nick Marren. Also surviving are his brother, Bill Frederick and wife Donna of Webb; and his sister Beverly Richardson and husband Donald of Sioux Rapids; and many other relatives and friends.
Deloma (Pollock) Jones
Oct. 14, 1920 - Aug. 22, 2008
Deloma (Pollock) Jones was born in the small town of Connelsville, Mo. on Oct. 14, 1920 to Arthur Pollock and Dora Hattfield (Pollock Swindler). She moved to Iowa in her second grade of school. Iowa was always home to her from then on. After graduating from Storm Lake High School in 1938, she attended the American Institute of Business School in Des Moines for one school year. Following this she attended Colorado University at Boulder, Colo.
On Dec. 1, 1940, she married Robert B. Hitchcock of Cherokee. No children were born to this union. She moved to Okla. in 1949 and married Phillip Jones on Jan. 1, 1950. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Sapulpa and was active in early years in her reading club, Sapulpa Women's Chamber of Commerce, Beta Sigma phi sorority, Salvation Army ladies auxiliary, Eastern Star and a two table bridge club. Deloma was also a charter member of her Methodist Esther circle.
Most of her friends called her by her nickname "Dee." Deloma loved her two children Roger and Holly Jones and her grandchildren James Ryan and Jeffrey Alan Jones dearly along with Jacob Allen Jones, son of Jeffrey and Ashley. They were very special in her life.
Deloma passed on Aug. 22, 2008. Services in her honor took place on Wednesday, Aug. 27 at the First United Methodist church in Sapulpa, Okla.
Lane and Allison Kelley
Lane and Allison Kelley, infant twin son and daughter of Candace and Chad Kelley, passed away Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008 at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. Private services will be held at Hamilton's on in Windsor Heights with burial to follow at the Iowa Veterans Cemetary.
In addition to their parents, Lane and Allison are survived by their grandparents, Doug and Michelle Meyer of Neb. and Joleen and Jim Robinson of Storm Lake; great-grandfathers, Bill Brannon and Robert Meyer; great grand-mothers, Verna Schumann and Velda Robinson; many aunts, uncles, cousins and other loving relatives. There were preceded in death by their great grand-mothers, Shirley Meyer and Wanda McGuire, and their great grand-fathers, Leonard Schumann and Floyd Robinson.
Memorials can be sent to Chad and Candace at 1303 66th street, Windsor Heights, IA. 50311.